“Öteki”nin Algısı: Spor Sektöründe Kadınlarca Algılanan Cinsiyet Önyargıları ve Ayrımcılığı

Kara F. M., Yıldıran İ.

11. Uluslararası Spor Bilimleri Kongresi , Antalya, Turkey, 10 - 12 November 2010, pp.424-426

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Summary Text
  • City: Antalya
  • Country: Turkey
  • Page Numbers: pp.424-426
  • Gazi University Affiliated: Yes


This research was made to determine how the gender biases and discrimination against women are perceived by the women trainer and administrators working in the private sports facilities and the relationship of these perceptions with “organizational commitment” and “turnover intention”. The study universe of the research consists of the 76 private sports facilities serving in the seven central districts of the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality. A total of 89 women, which 75 of them are in trainer and 14 of them are in administrator position are included in the sample from the 18 private sports facilities in six central districts, which are identified as employing women trainers and administrators among their staff. The Perceived Gender Biases and Discrimination Scale, whose validity and reliability study is realized by Onay (2009) is used in this research. The data are analyzed using SPSS 16.00 program. Findings show that the “Gender Bias” and “Gender Discrimination” perceptions of women trainer and administrators working in private sports facilities differ based on the work area and “Turnover Intention” differ based on the age groups on a significant level (p<0.05). As a result, it is determined that women trainers perceive gender discrimination more than women administrators; organizational commitment of women administrators are more than women trainers; the perceived gender discrimination affect women trainer and administrator’s organizational commitment in a negative direction and their turnover intentions in a positive direction.